French foreign minister briefs US on new regime
Washington — French Foreign Minister Claude Cheysson completed talks with US officials in which he urged Washington to consider the potential effect of its fiscal policies on Europe.
Mr. Cheysson had two meetings with Secretary of State Alexander M. Haig Jr. as part of a three-day visit to acquaint the Reagan administration with the aims and views of France's new Socialist government.
Vice-President George Bush will make an official visit to Paris June 24. Mr. Reagan and Mr. Mitterrand are expected to meet for the first time in July at an e conomic summit in Ottawa.